Private guides and guided tours in Norway
Private guides in Norway
My primary mission and passion as a travel guide is to get people to enjoy the beauty of outdoor traveling. Just tell me where you want to go and what you want to do, and I will gladly take you there. The main idea for me is to impress you with the beauty of nature in the most convenient way possible. That's why I always strive to optimize the activities of each group I work with in order to bring the most exciting and pleasant experience during their travel.
I'm Tanya Allingham and I will gladly accompany you during your stay in the Norwegian capital as a private guide. Having worked for more than 25 years in the domain of tourism, and having the experience as an employee of large transnational corporations, I am still fascinated to work as a private guide in Oslo. This city has something special about it and always focus on the beauty and history of this place when showing it to tourists. My tours are available in English, Finish and Russian, but I'm also fluent with Norwegian. I can offer you any type of tour depending on your preferences.
Currency: Norwegian krone (NOK)
COMMENTS ABOUT Norway:
The Kingdom of Norway occupies the western portion of the Scandanavian Peninsula, sharing borders with Sweden and Finland and a coastline with the Norwegian Sea. Norway includes Jan Mayen, a volcanic island located in the Arctic Ocean, as well as Bouvet Island and the Svalbard archipelago. The high latitude provides extensive seasonal variations in daylight, giving the country the nickname, “Land of the Midnight Sun.” Winters here are cold and snowy, but summers can be fairly warm and sunny.
Visitors come to Norway to experience amazing natural scenery and sights like the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights. Glaciers, ice caves, rugged coastlines, fjords and rivers provides outstanding vistas and places for outdoor enthusiasts to explore. Whale watching is a popular activity for both landlubbers and sailors who take to the waters of Norway.
Historical and cultural interests can be explored within the capital city of Oslo. The Viking culture has historically been important to Norway, and one main attraction for visitors is The Viking Ship Museum. The Norwegian Opera & Ballet offers outstanding musical performances and the building’s rooftop is open for anyone who wants to take in an incredible scenic view.
Skiing is the most prevalent outdoor sport in Norway and Oslo’s recently opened Holmenkollen Ski Jump as a great venue for skiers, with an observation deck and Ski Museum.